Meghan Markle’s Favourite Sunglasses Revealed… From Classic Gold £94 Ray-bans To Chic £390 Mykita Frames

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MEGHAN Markle has specs appeal – and it’s all down to her huge collection of designer sunnies.

The former Suits star, 36, loves accessorising her stylish outfits with Ray-Ban gold aviators, Finlay London tortoiseshell frames and quirky Celine Tilda square glasses.

Getty – Contributor Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are set to tie the knot on Saturday

Here, we reveal her favourite pairs… and where you can shop them.

GO FOR GOLD

A classic style for a minimalist look – Meghan Markle has worn the Ray-Ban Aviator in gold several times over the years.

She was spotted in the trendy design in January 2017 while heading to a yoga class.

The timeless sunnies feature durable metal frames and logo lettering at the right lens.

Splash News Meghan heads to a gym class in her classic gold aviators Ray-Ban Aviator, £94.95, from SmartBuyGlasses – buy now

MEG-A STYLISH

TheImageDirect.com An off-duty Meghan adds interest to her all-black look with gold frames

Meghan was spotted in a pair of Mykita Timothy sunglasses in February 2017 while in Toronto.

The Berlin-based eye wear company specialises in unique, high-end frames for the “discerning crowd” and those who want to stand out.

The silver-tone acetate Timothy glasses feature polarised lenses and are unisex – so she can share them with Harry.

Mykita Timothy, £344, from FarFetch – buy now

IN THE FRAME

Getty Images – Getty Meghan wowed at her first public appearance in tortoiseshell sunnies

Meghan and Harry made their first public appearance as a couple in September at the Invictus Games in Toronto.

Amanda Dishaw, editorial director at Meghan’s Mirror, told Fabulous: “I think one of my favourite Meghan looks is the white button-up shirt, distressed jeans and luxe flats that she wore to attend the Invictus Games with Prince Harry. Big sunglasses, great basics and stylish – and affordable – sandals.”

Meghan managed to avoid the glare from excited onlookers in a tortoiseshell pair of Finlay London Percy specs. A playful 1950s-inspired style, the circular frames suit most face shapes.

Finlay London Percy, £100, from Finlay London – buy now

LOVE ALL

Getty – Contributor Meghan looked glam on Centre Court in grey and gold specs

Meghan shielded herself from the sun at Wimbledon in June 2016 in a straw hat and Priscilla specs by Mykita.

The grey-hued frames have gold detailing on the bridge of the nose and the arms.

Handcrafted in Berlin, they are made of lightweight stainless steel and have butterfly-shaped frames.

Mykita Priscilla, £389, from Mykita – buy now

IN THE PINK

Instagram Meghan looks pretty in giant square Celine pink sunnies

For a playful photo shoot with Darling Magazine, Meghan wore a pair of Celine Tilda specs.

Crafted from translucent acetate in a dusky mauve hue, this square-framed style adds subtle colour to an outfit while protecting eyes from harmful UVA/UVB rays.

Celine Tilda, £208, from OtticaNet – buy now

BACK IN BLACK

Splash News Meghan dresses down in a white shirt, ripped jeans and a grey cap in Texas airport

Meghan touched down in Texas in June 2017 to attend a TV festival with her Suits co-stars.

She covered her eyes from the waiting paps with a pair of “confidence-boosting” J Crew Franny glasses.

The retro-inspired cat-eye shape features super-strong hinges and UV-protected lens.

Franny Sunglasses, £95, from J Crew – buy now

GLASS ACT

Splash News Meghan rocks clear frames on the way to yoga, dressing down in a padded navy Barbour

Fitness fanatic Meghan was spotted heading to an exercise class in London in April 2017 in a pair of Sama Francesco specs.

The acetate frames come in a variety of finishes, including blush, black, matte grey and clear – Meghan’s preferred choice. The circular style gives a nod to the 1960s.

Sun Francesco, £292, from Sama Eyewear – buy now




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